Mad Monster, The
Johnny Downs .... Tom Gregory
George Zucco .... Dr. Lorenzo Cameron
Anne Nagel .... Lenora Cameron
Glenn Strange .... Petro
Sarah Padden .... Grandmother
Gordon De Main .... Prof. Fitzgerald
Mae Busch .... Susan
Reginald Barlow .... Prof. Warwick
Robert Strange .... Prof. Blaine
Henry Hall .... Country Doctor
Ed Cassidy .... Father
Eddie Holden .... Jed Harper
John Elliott .... Prof. Hatfield
Slim Whitaker .... Officer Dugan
Gil Patric .... Detective Lieutenant
- Closed captioning
- Sam Newfield
- Run time
Subject: Or the Tale of the Unfortunate Werewolf
Subject: Hypodermic Needles & Hairballs
Atmospheric swamps are the setting for this tale of scientific madness. A bit slow moving at times, but there are definite compensations. George Zucco goes nicely over the top as a whacko scientist bent on revenge. However, the main attraction is Glenn Strange as a simpleton gardener turned hairy werebeast. As usual he's a hoot and a half. The versatile Sarah Padden has a minor role as a pipe smoking backwoods granny. Typical of PRC, the sets and other production values are first class by B-feature standards. The print is in okay shape. If mad science is your thing, check this one out.
Subject: Tom Gregory the Reporter (Johnny Downs)
Subject: Worth Watching
I downloaded the 512Kb MPEG4. Video and audio quality are Ok.
Subject: the mad monster
Subject: Mad? Naw, he's not even mildly irritated.
Subject: The Mad Monster
Subject: I have to admit...
Subject: Come again?
The mad scientist asks him if he is afraid.
"I ain't got no reason to be afraid".
HE'S TIED UP WITH A COYOTE; IN A DUNGEON.
Now you know why the monster is mad.
Subject: barely viewable
Subject: Worst Mad Scientist ever!
Be sure to look for these exciting scenes:
A girl playing with a ball!
A dumb guy talking while strapped to a table!
Flashbacks of the Mad Scientist being made fun of!
And the end credits